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Energy Saving Trust is working to address the climate emergency by helping businesses and homeowners to reduce their carbon footprint. Please read their news and offers below.

Green Homes Network

The Green Homes Network features more than 300 homes across Scotland, with homeowners who have installed home renewables and want to share their experiences. The network comprises homes of all kinds; from eco-builds to historic stone cottages, listed buildings and everything in between.

Network members are friendly homeowners, keen to share their experience about the energy efficiency improvements they’ve made to their property, the costs they’ve saved, and to help you make an informed choice.

Search the network to:

  • Read case studies.
  • Make an appointment to visit a Green Homes Network member.
  • Attend a Green Homes Network event near you.
  • Become a member and register your home on the network.

Financial support for renewable technologyIncreased cashback is now available!

Up to 40% cashback for some eligible energy efficiency measures and 75% for certain renewable heating systems is now available. Cashback is subject to availability while funds last or until the end of the financial year – whichever is sooner. Funds are reserved for customers when their loan is offered.

Get up to £17,500 interest-free when you install home renewables with the Home Energy Scotland Loan.

By 2030, it’s expected that 50% of all Scotland’s energy will come from renewable sources. Change is happening right across the country and you can be one of those leading the way. By exploring and installing home renewables, you can make sure that your house is the smartest on your street.

Visit the Energy Saving Trust website to find out more.


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